Man demonstrating his catcall repertoire is surprised to learn no one likes it


#1

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#2

john leguizamo, catcalls? haha


#3

I have a cousin with low self esteem who claims to enjoy getting catcalls. She’s easy to spot on Facebook because she’s apparently incapable of taking a selfie without cocking a hip and doing the duckface thing. Those two would make a nice couple.


#4

“Man”? Shouldn’t that say “gentleman”?


#5

We wouldn’t want this to be confused with “Florida Man”, after all.


#6

Or “boy”? “Neanderthal”? “Subhuman”? “Irredeemable Ignoramus”?


#7

Even better! My first instinct was to go with “asshole”, but I didn’t want to be rude.


#8

What about “sexual predator”.


#9

“Poster child for sexual harassment”?


#10

“Another tool of systematic oppression”


#11

It must be nice to be so completely unencumbered by self-awareness.


#12

“another day ruined”

great closer!


#13

I’m still upset about that one!


#14

He’s says it’s even better to catcall from “far away because they’re not that scared.”

You know what the perfect distance would be? Several hundred miles east of New York City.


#15

This headline is totally misleading. The gentleman learned nothing.


#16

It’s good to see they are still making idiots, we need more of them. [note sarcasm]


#17

That’s where the mating call comes in.


#18

Oddly enough, I kinda have an inkling of how it feels, by virtue of the local smack dealers who spruik with whistles…

It’s unnerving; kinda makes you feel like either totally ignoring em or telling em to fuck off, depending on how intimidating it seems.


#19

Columbusing

ETA: Or ghetto tourism?


#20

NB4 all catcalls are intimidating and sexist.